I'm 17 years old and a junior in high school. I really, truly want to attend either West Point Or Annapolis. It has been my biggest goal in life since the 6th grade. I am really determined. I would also like to apply for an ROTC or NROTC scholarship as well in case I do not get in or get a nomination to the service academies. MY CLASSES: AP US History AP Spanish AP US Government AP Chemistry IB English College Religions College Pre-Calculus Physics Biology honors, Spanish Honors(2 years), English Honors * I have only listed the hardest classes I have taken and have signed up to take next year (I am guaranteed them) My cumulative GPA unweighted is a 91. My weighted I believe is around a 95. ACTIVITIES/INVOLVEMENT/SPORTS I am a waiter at a catering hall I volunteer at an Old Age Home every summer I have asked to volunteer and waiting for a response from the State Senator's District Office I am in National Honor Society. I'm currently running for president of that. I am the co-editor-in-chief of the school newspaper. I'm in the school varsity golf team. I place #3 out of 9 on the active match roster. Now, I have only taken the PSAT so far and scored a 1630 for all 3 sections combined. I scored a 540 on Math and a 530 on reading. I scored a 560 on writing. Now, I know my PSAT isn't that great and I'm taking the real SAT in may. However, I am also taking the ACT which I do much better on. I took an old ACT test(SO far just the Math and English-a little bit each night) and scored a 29 on math and a 28 on English, making my composite so far a 28.5. Even better, is the fact that the next sections include science which I'm very good at and reading which shouldn't be too bad at all. All together how do my chances look so far? Also, lets say I submit a not so great SAT but an excellent ACT, will they even care about the SAT? Like, do they take the higher one without caring about the lower? Thank you so much!